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1966 Chevrolet Corvair Ads

The Corvair was a fully refined, and sophisticated compact car by 1966. However, Ralph Nader's totally erroneous book, "Unsafe at Any Speed", destroyed the car's excellent reputation - and sales for 1966 were half of the previous year: 103,703 versus 235,528.

Corvair would hang around through 1969, but the book and the popular Mustang, were the knockout punch for a great little car that used to go head to head with the Falcon.

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1966 Corvair Ad "Ever thought how wonderful it would be to adjust your steering wheel . . ?"
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